Wife of fallen Army captain 'shocked' husband's killer to be freed by Iraq?
The wife of an Army captain killed in Iraq says that she feels only "sadness" and "shock" that the jihadist behind the vicious attack was cleared of charges -- and could be freed by an Iraqi court in the coming days.
Charlotte Freeman told FoxNews.com this morning, "It was like a pit (opening) inside of me," when she learned Wednesday night that Ali Musa Daqduq had been cleared May 7 of masterminding the operation that felled Capt. Brian Freeman in 2007.
"I briefly read it and couldn’t read on. I couldn’t go there,” she said. “It wasn't like he was dying again. It was more shock that these people get away with what they do. There’s no justice. It’s amazing and shocking to me that someone who did what he did could go free.”
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